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New England Revolution Vs Chivas USA

Posted Wednesday, May 05, 2010 by Goal.com

Can Chivas USA win in a third consecutive away match? On Form New England Revolution, by Allen Ramsey: The back line is on top form and that's a very good thing for the Revs considering that goals are at a premium. Darrius Barnes looks to be back to his best and Corey Gibbs has been solid. Considering that the Revs haven't had much possession all season and have been under constant attack, the...Full Story »

Manchester City v Tottenham Preview

Posted Wednesday, May 05, 2010 by sportinglife.aol.co.uk

No Regrets for Patrick Vieira PREMIER LEAGUE: EASTLANDS, WEDNESDAY MAY 5, 2010. KICK-OFF: 2000 BST MANCHESTER CITY:Patrick Vieira has been involved in some titanic games during his illustrious career.The former Arsenal icon would have been preparing for a Champions League final had he remained at Inter Milan in January yet the lure of a Premier League return has left him featuring in a game ...Full Story »

Fulham v Stoke preview

Posted Wednesday, May 05, 2010 by sportinglife.aol.co.uk

Top Ten Finish is Target for Bjorn Helge Riise PREMIER LEAGUE: CRAVEN COTTAGE, WEDNESDAY MAY 5, 2010. KICK-OFF: 2000 BST FULHAMRoy Hodgson's side find themselves in the enviable position of still having targets to aim for at this late stage of the season. The looming Europa League final with Atletico Madrid inevitably dominates thoughts, but the prospect of securing a second successive top...Full Story »

Man City vs Tottenham - mother of all 'cup finals'

Posted Tuesday, May 04, 2010 by The Independent

Crouch sets aside family ties for mother of all 'cup finals' at Eastlands Peter Crouch has described Tottenham Hotspur's match with Manchester City tomorrow night as a cup final and has told fans the club is ready to finally make the step up to the Champions League, four years after missing out in agonising fashion. If Spurs beat Roberto Mancini's side at Eastlands then they will qualify, at C...Full Story »

Blackburn v Arsenal - Allardyce hopes quartet recover

Posted Sunday, May 02, 2010 by PA

Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce should have four players available again for Monday's Barclays Premier League game with Arsenal at Ewood Park. Neither Chris Samba nor Brett Emerton travelled to Scotland this week for an end-of-season break in order to receive treatment on groin and hamstring problems respectively, but both should be fit. El-Hadji Diouf and Vince Grella also come into contention a...Full Story »

Wigan v Hull - Duo likely to miss out for Wigan

Posted Sunday, May 02, 2010 by PA

Wigan manager Roberto Martinez is likely to be without Hendry Thomas and Marcelo Moreno for the visit of Hull to the DW Stadium. Thomas has missed the last four matches with a quad injury and the midfielder is yet to resume full training. Striker Moreno came off in the first half with a calf problem against West Ham last weekend and is now nursing his hamstring. Wigan chairman Dave Whelan ins...Full Story »

Sunderland v Man United - Hutton to miss United visit

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Sunderland full-back Alan Hutton will miss Sunday's Premier League clash with Manchester United through suspension. Hutton was sent off after clashing with Jozy Altidore during last weekend's 1-0 win at Hull, but had his ban reduced from three games to one on appeal. Central defender Michael Turner, who was substituted at half-time against his former club with an arm injury, has returned to tr...Full Story »

Liverpool v Chelsea - Maxi boost for Reds

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Midfielder Maxi Rodriguez is likely to return to Liverpool's starting line-up for Sunday's visit of Chelsea in the Barclays Premier League. The Argentina international was ineligible for Thursday's Europa League semi-final exit to Atletico Madrid and so will be a welcome addition of fresh legs to an injury-hit squad. Striker Dirk Kuyt recovered from a calf injury to face Atletico but his fitne...Full Story »

Fulham v West Ham - Zamora to miss Hammers reunion

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Europa League finalists Fulham are unlikely to risk striker Bobby Zamora (Achilles) against his old club West Ham on Sunday. American Clint Dempsey is most likely to come into the attack should Zamora - who needed a painkilling injection to play against Hamburg - be rested, while right-back Chris Baird will be available again after he was suspended for the European tie. Stefano Okaka and Nicky...Full Story »

Morton duo miss out

Posted Saturday, May 01, 2010 by PA

Kevin McKinlay and Jim McAlister are out of Morton manager James Grady's plans for their winner-takes-all clash with bottom side Ayr.Full-back McKinlay and winger McAllister are both sidelined after picking up knocks.Cappielow will be a tense place as Morton look to get the points that will see them finish in eighth place and end their season without the need for relegation play-off games.They ...Full Story »

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